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Jery Zaslove

JERRY ZASLOVE has taught at Simon Fraser University since 1965. He has been influenced by Robin Blaser's work and affinities and has published several studies on the poet concerning loss and the will to self-creation in modernism, which will be combined into a book. He has published recently on northern hybridism in Canadian consciousness, on Joy Kogawa, and on the modernism of the anarchist aesthetics of Herbert Read. Jerry Zaslove explains the tide of the poem "291 4868": "I inherited Robin's office after his premature retirement at SFU, and the phone and the phone number of course came with me to my new office out in the woods east of SFU in a new wooden structure far away from the awful Academic Quadrangle."

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